Modak




Ingredients:



Khoya/Khova - 1 cup

Atta/wheat flour - 1/4 cup

Powdered Suger - 1 cup(adjust according to sweetness)

Dry fruits - 1/4 cup

Ghee - 1 teaspoon

Maida - 2 cups

Milk - 1 teaspoon

Oil  - for deep frying

Cardamom powder - 2 teaspoons


Method:


  • Take a wide opened bowl and add maida, milk, enough water to knead dough for poori, keep it a side for 20 - 30 minutes.

  • Heat a kadai, roast wheat flour and keep it a side, in the same pan roast khova for few minutes and add to wheat flour stuff, then add powdered sugar, cardamom powder  and mix it well.

  • Heat small kadai and add 1 teapoon of ghee, add dryfruits and saute for few seconds and add this dry fruits to khova stuff  and mix well.

  • Now stuffing is ready, let it to cool, make evenly  roundshaped circular balls with khova stuff, make that balls into shape of  modak like whole garlic.

  • Now take the maida dough, divide the dough into evenly sized balls, roll the into poori's.

  • Keep modak shaped stuffing in the center of the poori, Bring together all the edges of poori together and close the top. This is quite a task especially if you have not made something similar to this before.

  • Remove the extra portion of the dough from the top. You will get perfect shape with modak mould, but with little effort we can get the shape manually also.

  • Heat oil in a deep frying pan, divide modaks into 3 batches and deep fry them till light brown and evenly fried all sides in a medium flame.





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Comments

  1. wow..yummy snack recipe..modak looks crispy too..

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  2. delicious looking modak wonderfully done

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  3. loved those crispy Modaks...

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  4. Super chala bagundi n easy process also....

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  5. preparation of modak is new to me. happy to know the recipe. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    uma

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  6. Wow.. your modaks look great. Its in my to do list :)

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  7. cute yummy modaks looks crisp and delicious!

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  8. wow modaks look delicious and thanks for sharing .... thanks for a nice comment on my blog and following me ... Me too following u .......

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  9. Tempting and yummy!


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  10. Fried modaks looks incredible and super crispy..

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  12. Modak look sooo cute....yummy snack...
    liked it...

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  13. they look so lovely dear, i cant resist these..delicious modaks..

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  14. Modak is definitely the best recipe to post during the ongoing ganpati festival. I love modaks and I can't find them here in HK, so I'll make them now. Thanks for the recipe!
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  15. this is new to me..sounds very interesting n glad to know this from you...thanx for sharing!!

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  16. Picture perfect they look ~ beautifully made modaks!
    USMasala

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  17. yummy, sweet and crispy..Just the way I love them!!!!

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